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March 29, 2007


An unlikely team composed of 4 International Space University students and two random French locals who had never seen a hockey stick, much less knew what to do with one, eked outas Hockey NightinStrasbourgTournament champions after a series of spectacular (and suprising) wins. Competingamongst 5 teams, the team accuractly named “World Space Team” faced its first challenge in attempting to enlighten the French locals as towhat the heck this meant. The French settled for this namemeaning some cool English phrase…

The ISU contigent was proudly represented by the following superstars and their special traits:

Ms. Christine Nam – Team Most Valuable Player (MVP). No joke here – Ms. Nam shocked everyone including her own teammates by her play. Seriously, who would have suspected this ridiculously cute little skaterwearing a giant hockey jersey of being a thorn to every team. She did have the advantage using her hockey stick, which to the average hockey player on skates would come up just past the knees, making an excellent golf putter but a poor substitute for a hockey stick. Besides winning every faceoff (look this term up if you don’t understand), and making some clutch passes, Ms. Nam threw some fercious body checks – unintentionally of course, but fercious nonetheless, leaving her victims dazzled and annoyed. Clearly, Ms. Nam proved that size does not matter…

Mr. Richard Chim – The Scud Missile (or Out-of-Control Dion Phaneuf). You could not miss him even if you were blind because he would haveknocked you down. Mr. Chim’s spectacular crashes had hisopponents shaking their headsas it was impossible to get around him without wiping out everyone within a 2mradius. Besides the”Strategic Hits” ,aswe shall call it, Mr.Chim proved his Canadian background making some excellent passes, and clutchblocks, especially since theWorld SpaceTeam’s goalie (played byone of the French Locals) had no idea what he was doing.

Mr. Henrik Karlsson – aka Mr. Nick Lidstrom ( smoothest skater in the National Hockey League). Mr. Karlsson, the sole representative of current Olympic Ice Hockey champions Sweden, showed why his country produces great hockey players with his solid offensive and defensive play,clutch goals especially when everyone else was exhausted, and moreimportantly, his off-ice performance chatting upall the ladies that were watching.

Mr. Harish Raisinghani – aka Mr. Spread Eagle. Mr. Raisinghani, despite scoring some key goals, also spent much of his time (especially during the later games) making love to the ice as he later remarked he was too tired to get up at times. Of course, his crazy stick prevented anyone from getting close to the net, and at the same time infuriating the other teams, especially the team with a bunch of Cocky Little Hotshot Kids (who were phenominal skaters, but with a hockey stick in theirhandand forced to chase a puck, looked like heavy-liftrockets without guidance systems).

The team initally played two widely entertaining games, especially against thoseDamn Kids, and then later settled on soundly beating3 other teams on route to victory – the later games essentially being stuggles of survival. It’s just too bad the World Space Team will be unable to defend its title as the next tournament is in mid-June.


A big Thanks to the players who came outbut also toour highly energetic cheerleading squad, led by Antonio, Violetta, Dave and Alma!


Team pic attached (unfortunately a bit blurry)

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Winter American Football

January 25, 2007

Today is the inauguration of ISU winter American Football. Taking advantage of the snow in the ISU fields, the team is once again divided in world team and North America Team. Following the American Football version, we need to score touchdown after every 4 fall. At first the American takes the lead with the first. However, The World team returns with a superb catch by rodolphe the belgium brawns. After 6-6 tie, America once again score a touchdown bringing the game to 12-6. Then a re-inforcement from Greece with Prof Zervos entry to the game which gives an extra edge to the world team. The world team then continues to score another 2 touchdown with once again Aravind and Rodolphe scoring touchdowns. The american retaliate to score another one which bring the game to a tie of 18-18. Unable to score another touchdown. The game ended in a tie as we surrender ourself to the cold weather. Another fun day in school.

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Skate in Strasbourg

November 21, 2006

Lets Skate in Strasbourg

This week we went skating with a bunch of people , It was a fun night again which gives us another stress releasing events. As christmas is coming, its an earlier preview of the christmas

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October 6, 2006

Ladies and gentlemen, the event of the century is soon to be upon us. The ISU Lounge is the proud hosts of the WORLD TABLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS. I’ve put a sign up sheet there so if you’re interested sign on up!Please put you name and indicate if you want to play in the BEGINNERS (B) OR INTERMEDIATE (I) POOL. Please don’t sign up as a beginner if you’re very good because that won’t be any fun.

The Tournament format will be something like a short round robin (ie. Minimum 3 games for everyone) before the elimination round.

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ISU World Cup Game 3 – North America Vs The Rest of the World

September 28, 2006

On the eve of the big game, I had the opportunity for an EXCLUSIVE Pre-Game 3 interview with football star Carlos Uriarte Vega, who’s making his ISU World Cup debut and Brian Schoening of the undefeated North American team. Here were their comments on the upcoming game:


Harish: Mr. Uriarte Vega, it’s my understanding that the World Team, with the intention of picking up some momentum, are paying
you Eur. 10 and have given you 2 CROUS meal tickets. What are you thoughts on their offer?

Mr. Uriarte Vega: It’s a bunch of <bleep>! I mean seriously, I should be paid at LEAST EUR. 8 MILLION, JUST TO SHOW UP! I mean,
just look at me!..And Uriarte’s synonymous with Ronaldhino…where is da respect???

Harish: Mr. Schoening of North America, your arch nemesis, has always had some strong words for you. What would you like to
say to him?

Mr. Uriarte Vega: I’m gonna kick his <bleep>. It’s gonna be pretty easy, especially when you play against a chump who thinks
football is played with an oval ball. Remind Brian tomorrow that in this sport, you can’t use your hands.

The North American team has been pretty impressive over the past 2 games. How do you think you’ll do against them?

Mr. Uriarte Vega:The World Team has played pretty well too, but with me, we’ll be UNSTOPPABLE. North America’s just been lucky-
the luck ends tomorrow when they face the great VEGA! I guarantee a hat-trick (3 goals) and a MANITA (at least
5 goals by the World Team)

Harish: What do you think of North American “SOCCER” in general?

Mr. Uriarte Vega: I laugh. I mean the names of american football teams are a joke – who seriously calls a team “THE GALAXY” or
the “LIGHTNING”? At least in Spain, we have REAL teams…

Prediction tomorrow?

Mr. Uriarte Vega: 8-2 for the World Team…and those 2 goals will be lucky ones for North America

Harish: Thank you Mr. Uriarte Vega, I bid you good-luck tomorrow



Harish: Thank you Mr. Schoening for this interview. Tomorrow you finally get to play against the great Carlos Uriarte Vega tomorrow. How do you feel?

Mr. Schoening: I feel GREAT! I’ve been training for almost a week – jogging, pull-ups, sprinting to get to the bank on time,
and flirting with the ladies at stores. I’ve even polished my SOCCER SHOES, and ironed my shorts and socks.

Harish: What are your thoughts on facing Carlos?

Mr. Schoening:
The guy’s ALL FLASH. I’m not even sure all 50 lbs of him will be able to hold himself up when I leave him in my
dust. He may look good in SPANDAX, but I’m gonna make him look like a fool on the FIELD!

North America’s been on a roll and lead the season series 2-0. Do you think you can keep up this up?

Mr. Schoening: <bleep> Yeah! We should be called the North American “DREAM TEAM”! I mean, one more Spaniard won’t make a
difference tomorrow!

Harish: What do you think of the World Team’s play?

Mr. Schoening:
They’re good but no finish around the net. And I understand it’s hard when you’re on the ground half the time!

Harish: Prediction tomorrow?

Mr. Schoening: 9-1…their one goal will be a mercy goal.

Thank you Mr. Schoening. Well folks, there you have it. 2 stars, but only 1 will be victorious tomorrow. Check out the battle, Thursday 17h00, CROUS International Futbol Field in Illkirch. CHeers.


ISU Martial Arts day

September 26, 2006

Speaking of a Martial Arts day, I am pleased to announce that on Wednesday at 12:30, we will be hosting Fight Club: ISU, outside the Central Auditorium. Basically, it will be a (mostly :)) non-contact demonstration of martial arts sparring and patterns between different styles.So far, those taking part are:(Name, Country, Rank, Martial Art)

Shawna, Canada, 1st Degree Black Belt, ICTF Taekwon-do
Dave, England, Red Belt, ITF Taekwon-do
Hughes, Strasbourg, France, Double Black Stripe, WTF Taekwon-do
Scott, Canada, Blue Belt (?), Canada, Kendo/Karate
Rodolphe, Belgium/USA, Unknown, Capoeira

You are all welcome to participate (if you have previous martial art experience – and if you want to learn, we’ll be happy to teach you),

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